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Diane G Landante

from East Brunswick, NJ
Age ~59

Diane Landante Phones & Addresses

  • 17 Millman Dr, East Brunswick, NJ 08816
  • E Brunswick, NJ
  • Eatontown, NJ
  • Sayreville, NJ

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Technical Project And Release Manager

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Location:
17 Millman Dr, East Brunswick, NJ 08816
Industry:
Computer Software
Work:
Achieve3000
Technical Project and Release Manager

Iconectiv Oct 2016 - Sep 2018
Release Manager

Achieve3000 Sep 2012 - Oct 2016
Project Manager and Scrum Master

Raritan Apr 2011 - Jul 2012
Project Manager

Novita Issue Communications/Online Vnr Apr 2006 - Apr 2011
Director of Operations
Education:
University of Southern California 1985 - 1986
Master of Science, Masters, Computer Science
Rutgers University 1981 - 1985
Bachelors, Bachelor of Science, Computer Science
Stevens Institute of Technology
Masters
Skills:
Agile Methodologies
Unix
Clearcase
C
Visio
Ms Project
Quality Assurance
Tcl
Access
Framemaker
Rally
Frontpage
Microsoft Excel
Ddts
Software Development
Telecommunications
Wireless
Certified Scrum Master Csm
Scrum
Testing
Voip
Cross Functional Team Leadership
Integration
Agile Methodolgy
Management
Project Management
Project Planning
Certified Scrum Master
Software Project Management
Program Management
Software Development Life Cycle
Databases
Mobile Devices
Certified Scrum Product Owner
Agile and Waterfall Methodologies
Microsoft Project
Certifications:
Project Management Professional (Pmp)®
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Diane Landante

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Location:
East Brunswick, NJ

Publications

Us Patents

Seamless Multimedia Conferencing System Using Enhanced Endpoint Devices

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US Patent:
56730802, Sep 30, 1997
Filed:
Oct 15, 1996
Appl. No.:
8/729197
Inventors:
John T. Biggs - Ocean County NJ
Diane G. Landante - East Brunswick NJ
Sandra C. Milstead - Clarksburg NJ
Dale L. Skran - Marlboro NJ
Arthur R. Snowdon - Tinton Falls NJ
Assignee:
Lucent Technologies Inc. - Murray Hill NJ
International Classification:
H04N 715
H04M 1100
US Classification:
348 15
Abstract:
Methods of establishing multimedia conferences between a multimedia server and a plurality of endpoint devices. One or more of these endpoint devices are enhanced in that they include a memory adapted to store one or more telephone numbers, each telephone number corresponding to a respective endpoint device, and a user interface coupled to the memory for selecting a telephone number stored in the memory. The methods are performed in a substantially continuous manner, signifying that a third endpoint device is added to a preexisting conference between a first and a second endpoint device without substantially interrupting this preexisting conference. Therefore, a seamless multimedia conference is provided between the first and second enhanced endpoint devices even when a third endpoint device is added to the conference.

Seamless Multimedia Conferencing System Using An Enhanced Multipoint Control Unit

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US Patent:
55550177, Sep 10, 1996
Filed:
Jul 8, 1994
Appl. No.:
8/272349
Inventors:
Diane G. Landante - East Brunswick NJ
Dale L. Skran - Marlboro NJ
Arthur R. Snowdon - Tinton Falls NJ
Assignee:
Lucent Technologies Inc. - Murray Hill NJ
International Classification:
H04M 1100
H04N 715
US Classification:
348 15
Abstract:
Techniques are disclosed for controlling the communication of multimedia electronic signals representing audio, video, and/or data. These techniques operate in conjunction with a system including a network and a plurality of endpoint devices connected to the network. A novel MMS is coupled to the network and is equipped to utilize the network such that multimedia signals may be exchanged among a plurality of endpoint devices, thereby providing a multimedia conference. A Multi-Media Server (MMS) provides a multimedia conference independently, such that the reservation system utilized by existing multimedia conferencing system is no longer required. The conference is initiated by a multimedia endpoint that is equipped with a user interface device for encoding user input as BAS signals. The MMS is responsive to BAS DTMF commands issued by endpoint devices to implement multimedia conferences.

Seamless Multimedia Conferencing System Using An Enhanced Multipoint Control Unit And Enhanced Endpoint Devices

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US Patent:
56254075, Apr 29, 1997
Filed:
Jul 8, 1994
Appl. No.:
8/272503
Inventors:
John T. Biggs - Bricktown NJ
Diane G. Landante - East Brunswick NJ
Sandra C. Milstead - Clarksburg NJ
Dale L. Skran - Marlboro NJ
Arthur R. Snowdon - Tinton Falls NJ
Assignee:
Lucent Technologies Inc. - Murray Hill NJ
International Classification:
H04N 715
H04M 1100
US Classification:
348 16
Abstract:
Techniques are disclosed for controlling the communication of multimedia electronic signals representing audio, video, and/or data. These techniques operate in conjunction with a system including a network, a multimedia server (MMS) connected to the network, and a plurality of endpoint devices connected to the network. The network is comprised of communications links and switches adapted for selectively connecting and disconnecting the communications links. The endpoint devices are adapted for converting multimedia electronic signals into audio, video, and/or data. The MMS is equipped to control the network such that multimedia signals may be exchanged among a plurality of endpoint devices, thereby providing a multimedia conference.
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